Deciding to pursue your educational goals at Daytona State College may be the key to your future. You can work on basic reading and math skills, earn your high school diploma or GED, or develop your English language skills. Daytona State College has flexible day and evening classes. Our programs are convenient - they can be taken at various campus locations or from the comfort of your home.
The programs offered through Daytona State College will give you the skills needed to successfully progress into college-level or career training programs. The Daytona State College Adult Education and English for Speaker of Other Languages (ESOL) programs provide a learning environment that will allow you to determine and meet your educational and career goals.
- Available Programs:
- Adult High School (AHS) – Earn your Florida Standard High School Diploma
General Educational Development (GED) – Earn your Florida GED
GED en Español – Daytona State College tiene a su disposición el programa de GED en Español, el cual es impartido en el campus de Deltona ubicado en Providence Blvd.
English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) – Learn English reading, writing, listening and speaking skills
- Adult Education Web site
- Important Dates
- All applicants must be at least 16 years old.
- Applications are accepted year-round.
Download and complete the Adult Education Application. Submit your application in person at any Daytona State campus and meet with an Admissions Advisor. Additional documentation may be required for your program:
- Official transcripts from last high school attended (for Adult High School applicants only) - official transcripts may be sent directly to: Daytona State College Admissions Office, 1200 W International Speedway Blvd, Daytona Beach, FL 32114.
- For applicants under 18:
- Offical withdrawal form (GED and Adult High School students coming from a Volusia County H.S.); home school students registered in Volusia county must submit a letter of discontinuance from the Volusia County School Board
- GED Consent Form (GED program only)
- Parent signature on the Adult Education Application
2. Placement and Orientation!
When you apply, your Admissions Advisor will help you schedule a placement test. GED and Adult High School students will take the TABE. ESOL students will take the CASAS. Placement results are not used for admission purposes.
If required, your Admissions advisor will also schedule you for a special orientation session for your program.
3. Register for Classes!
Advisors will help you register for classes. Classes begin weekly each semester.
4. Get a Student ID and Parking Decal!
Get your student ID card and parking decal at the Campus Safety Office on any campus.